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1960s Marx 60s tin Sears Service Center / Gas Station Playset (1995 Issue)

  • Set Box
  • Set up and displayed with 1:43 models
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$64.99
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7.00 LBS
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Product Description

The original Sears Service Center was produced by Louis Marx Co. in the 1960s. Later, in the mid 1990s- the company was resurrected and a limited number of these were produced from the original tooling. The company has since gone out of business again. We have obtained the last quantity of these very collectible sets.

The one you get will be new in the box and un-assembled.

The tin base measures 16" by 27". The set includes gas pumps, lift, jack, battery rack, bucket, display tire, oil display, air and water, signs, 8  figures and 5 plastic cars. You put together (snap fit) just like on Christmas morning in 1962! Also comes with instructions and sticker sheet

The sign graphics are labels which come in a sheet. Use the ones supplied or make your own with Texaco, Esso, Shell or what ever you desire!

This set makes a super display piece for use with Tootsietoys (4 inch and 6 inch) , plastic vehicles such as Thomas Toys, and 1:43 and close scales such as Dinky and Corgi. The set is not represented as being an exact scale.

On this auction you will see the set populated with the Marx cars that come with the set in one photo, plus a few Dinkys, Corgi , and other vintage plastic vehicles in another. These other cars are NOT INCLUDED!

These sets are super for displays, gifts, or just plain fun!

Price includes shipping within the USA

Non USA Customers please  buy from our ebay listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Marx-3436R-60s-tin-Sears-Service-Gas-Station-MIB-1995-1-43-Play-set-/380601919951?pt=Vintage_Antique_Toys_US&hash=item589da469cf


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  1. What Happened 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Aug 2014

    I had one of these toys when I was a child and for the life of me I cannot remember it being this difficult to assemble. Perhaps with age one forgets things. In lieu of a better idea I think I will let my grandson have a crack at it. He certainly can't be as inept as I am.

    Brings back a lot of fond memories though of good times and great toys.